Children and Young Adults

La Familia’s programs and services are open to children and youth, ages 0 to 21, and eligibility varies by program. Please see the information below for more information, including program descriptions and eligibility.

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Program

Eligibility

Description

Birth & Beyond – Nurturing Parenting Program (NPP). Pregnant women and families with children ages 0-5 who reside in the following zip codes:

  • 95814
  • 95817
  • 95820
  • 95822
  • 95824
  • 95827
  • 95655
  • 95632
Birth & Beyond – NPP is a home visitation program that offers early prevention support for families. The evidence-based parenting education program provides Home Visitors who work with families to build parent-child relationships through bonding; teach child development and parenting skills; link families to health services; and provide resources and information.
Project Reach Youth ages 10-21 who are at risk of dropping out of school, or are pre-gang and/or gang affiliated. Positive alternatives, counseling and support services.
Mental Health Services Children and youth, ages 0-21, residing in Sacramento County. Sessions can be held at home, school sites, La Familia office, or various locations as requested by families. Medi-Cal insurance only. Parent Youth advocate are available to assist families with support & resources.
Crisis Intervention Specialist Children 0-5 years and their families. The Crisis Intervention Specialist provides direct intervention, information, referral, and follow-up for parents experiencing a crisis. Case management is provided as needed to mitigate the crisis and help the family stabilize.
Child Development Groups Children ages 1-2 and their parents. Child development activities include the Early Learner group.
Club Excel Youth in grades 4 through 12.Held Fridays during summer months. Recreational activities, arts and crafts, youth leadership development, GED preparation and workshops for youth.
Project Youth Voice At-risk, underserved youth. Project Youth Voice provides youth leadership training, community workshops on violence prevention, and education on other health related issues.
Karate Community youth. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 – 8 p.m. held in the La Familia Gymnasium. Free karate classes—participants pay a fee of $40 annually for accident insurance and for the purchase of a shirt.Complete uniform can be purchased.
Community Collaborative Charter School High school students. The Community Collaborative Charter School offers an Independent Study Program for high school students on site at La Familia. Students receive a High School Diploma after completion of courses.
 Counseling, Redirective and Supportive Services  At-risk children and youth, ages 10-21.  Counseling and support services through support sessions at home, school, or the La Familia office.

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